Shoe Palace Murray

by William Hoffman & Anthony Holland

directed by Barbara Bosch

During the Twenties the most fashionable shoe shop in New York was the I. Miller Broadway store. For the in-crowd B such as Betty Compton; Fanny Brice; Texas Guinan; assorted gun molls and kept women; and Madames in from the Midwest B there was the second floor. It was the theatrical shoe department, which served as office, stockroom and showroom. It=s primary function was to supply shoes to the great theatrical extravanganzas of Broadway. This is where our play, a comedy with music, takes place


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Theatre/Venue Bernie West Theatre 

17 Lexington Ave. 9th fl  New York

Phone Number for Reservations 212-868-4444 
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